Although the senses of taste and smell appear to havedeteriorated, and vision in water appears to be uncertain, such weaknesses aremore than compensated for by cetaceans’ well-developed acoustic sense.
It's got a really strange taste.
I don't like the taste of fresh fish.
Do you have a metallic taste in your mouth?
I have lost my sense of taste.
This voyage was his first taste of freedom.
She has very expensive tastes.
The modern pub has to cater for all tastes.
Her taste in food is somewhat conventional.
His taste in clothes is extremely good.
Her novels are too violent for my taste.
His interior designer had a taste for the macabre.
That gave me a taste for reading.
Would you like a taste?
Go on, have a taste.
You can taste the garlic in it.
Would you like to taste it?
He asked Derek to taste the wine.
Most of the refugees are young, and tasting freedom for the first time in their lives.